Two sex-workers meet in a Berlin brothel. In a place where the female body is a commodity they experience moments of happiness. A love story about attraction, fears and self-determination.
Enter the relentless pressure of a restaurant kitchen as a head chef (Stephen Graham) wrangles his team on the busiest day of the year.
Joel Coen dazzlingly adapts the Scottish play for the screen with Frances McDormand and Denzel Washington mesmeric as the couple whose political ambitions proved their fatal downfall.
A cinematic ode to the moon, made in large part from archival sources combined with literary fragments and bound together by a haunting original score.